1. Why 19th century New Zealand sea shanty 'Wellerman' is trending on TikTok  Newshub
  2. Sea shanties are taking over TikTok. Here's why  CNET
  3. TikTok’s Latest Viral Trend Is Sea Shanties  Variety
  4. TikTok Sea Shanties Are The New Viral Trend  BuzzFeed
  5. Um, It Makes Total Sense We’re All Into Sea Shanties Now  Vulture
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One of the first memes of 2021 has roots in 19th century whaling.One of the first memes of 2021 has roots in 19th century whaling.

Why 19th century New Zealand sea shanty 'Wellerman' is trending on TikTok | Newshub

From Wellerman to Drunken Sailor, sea shanties are the new fascination of landlubber TikTokers. "It went wild. I don't really know what happened," says the guy at the center of it all.From Wellerman to Drunken Sailor, sea shanties are the new fascination of landlubber TikTokers. "It went wild. I don't really know what happened," says the guy at the center of it all.

Sea shanties are taking over TikTok. Here's why - CNET

In addition to its usual dance trends and viral songs, TikTok has now resurrected the centuries-old tradition of sea shanties.In addition to its usual dance trends and viral songs, TikTok has now resurrected the centuries-old tradition of sea shanties.

TikTok's Latest Viral Trend Is Sea Shanties - Variety

Hey there, sailor, why so blue? Life got you down? The unending stream of panic-inducing headlines got you fearing for the future? The inability to shutHey there, sailor, why so blue? Life got you down? The unending stream of panic-inducing headlines got you fearing for the future? The inability to shut

Meet SeaShantyTok, the Wildly Popular Old Timey Sailor Ballad Tiktok Subgenre Soothing a Nation | RELEVANT

Wellerman, a sea shanty from the 19th century, has gone viral on TikTok thanks to a scottish folk singer, creating Shanty Tok in the process.Soon may the Wellerman come

Tiktok: The Sea shanty ‘Wellerman’ has gone viral - Polygon

From Wellerman to Drunken Sailor, sea shanties are the new fascination of landlubber TikTokers. "It went wild. I don't really know what happened," says the guy at the center of it all.

Sea shanties are taking over TikTok. Here's why